(Brassica napus) Introduced around 1915. Round, globed root to 15cm across with light yellow skin, purple top & fine-grained yellow flesh. Used cooked - stir fry, baked, stews, steamed etc. Stores well. Tolerates frost. 80-120 days. 900 seeds
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